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On the composition of the medallions in the interiors of Greek black- and red-figures kylixes

Evert F. van der Grinten

On the composition of the medallions in the interiors of Greek black- and red-figures kylixes

by Evert F. van der Grinten

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Published by Noord-Hollandsche Uitg. Mij. in Amsterdam .
Written in

  • Vase-painting, Greek.,
  • Vases, Greek.

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    Other titlesThe composition of the medallions in the interiors of Greek black- and red-figured kylixes.
    StatementE. F. van der Grinten.
    SeriesVerhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde -- nieuve reeks, d. 72, no. 2
    LC ClassificationsAS244 .A52 n.r. deel 72, no.2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 p., 16 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14617531M

    8. The Archaic Greek male sculpture form is called a: (2 points) Kore Kouros Amphorae Kalamata 9. The ancient Greek civilization gave birth to the concept of: (2 points) Individualism Pacifism Egosim Idealism Among the most highly revered principles in the ancient Greek culture was: (2 points) self-indulgence self-esteem self-condemnation. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

      Thanks to the study devoted to painted vases, we are now able to get a better idea of and throw a little more light on the style and composition of Greek painting. M. Paul Girard’s book, La Peinture Antique is an instance. Nearly all the illustrations in the chapters devoted to classic Greece are taken from the decoration of vases. The most commonly used and most valuable ingredient is the black glaze, the composition of which is still unknown; its basis is oxide of iron. It is used for drawings on red clay, to trace features, persons, accessories and decorations, and to cover the background. It is to the Greek what Indian ink is to the draughtsman of Japan.

    Achilles and Ajax Playing Dice, Exekias, Black Figure pottery, c. B.C. Two figures (Achilles and Ajax) lean on their spears. Eyes are focused at the dice table, making the game the center of attention. Shields are stacked behind them. Black silhouettes create a rhythmical composition. Symmetrical around the table in the center. Posts about Western Art written by fibresofbeing. Leaving the Turner exhibition (see post 4-May) we walked out of the Art Gallery of South Australia through the Melrose Wing of European was on the recommendation of a lady we chatted with while sharing a table at lunch in the busy Art Gallery café.

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best black-figure vase-painting anywhere produced. It is true, also, that among Corinthian kylixes those of the Gorgoneion Group exhibit the most ambitious choice of themes and the greatest re-finement of style. Yet there are examples with different interior subjects which are equally fine and which must come from the same workshops.

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ANCIENT GREEK VASES; TOGETHER WITH A FEW SPECIMENS OF PEIJUVIAX POTTERY AND ROMAN GLASS VASES 1 E'ght Peruvian pottery vessels, four of red glaze with figure motives ; the others with white and black slip decoration 8 2 Six others, in black ware, comprising some unusual forms 6 3 Five others, also black ware 5 4 Seven others, ditto 7 5 Early.

A style of ancient Greek ceramic decoration characterized by red figures against a black background. This style of decoration developed toward the end of the 6th c. BCE and replace the earlier black. A style of ancient Greek pottery decoration characterized by red figures against a black background.

This style of decoration developed toward the end on the 16th century and replaced the earlier black. A scene involving the Greek hero Herakles and A scene from the story of Niobid. -Red figures appear in silhouette against a black slip background. In this detail from the Niobid Krater, what contributes to the naturalism in the figure of Apollo.

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(Points: 3) radial balance created through the placement of the trees contrast created by placing pale colors next to one another.Apart from the kylixes of the Gorgoneion Group (see Amyx in AJA 65 (), pp. 1–15, pls.

1–15, for a very enlightening discussion of the Medallion Painter and the rest of this group), the finest miniature work of Middle Corinthian—I have already illustrated the Brussels Aeneas kylix above—the finest, perhaps the finest of all miniature work in MC, is that of the Samos Painter, and for.